Haskell Women’s Volleyball Chosen to Compete in 2017 AII Conference

by Sean Parrish Haskell Indian Nations University Women’s Volleyball (17-22) were one of the four teams that were chosen to participate in the 2017 Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I) conference this season. The other three teams were: Kentucky Christian University; Knights (31-12) Lincoln Christian University; Lions (19-21) College of the Ozarks; Bobcats (32-6) During the…

Book Review: “The People Shall Continue”

by Sean Parrish ★★★★★ The People Shall Continue is a children’s literature book, re-released by LEE & LOW BOOKs. It was written by Acoma Pueblo storyteller and poet; Simon Ortiz  and illustrated by Sharol Graves. The book gives an overview about the hidden history pertaining to the genocidal actions which colonist projected upon our ancestors….

Fall 2017 Graduating Class Sets Record

by Travis Campbell photos courtesy of Michael Begay Haskell Indian Nations University awarded diplomas to 92 students this semester. Stephen Prue, of the Office of the President stated that this the Fall, 2017 graduating class is largest fall graduating class to date continuing a trend of record breaking classes that has extended the past three…

Flanagan Has High Hopes for Women’s Basketball Team

by Travis Campbell photos courtesy of Brent Cahwee Haskell women’s basketball coach, Shane Flanagan, spoke with the Indian Leader briefly about the 2017-2018 season and his hopes for the team. “We have a young team, so I’m starting three freshmen and relying on a lot of freshmen this year. We have two seniors, Kelli Warrior…